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  • Affleck: Bush 'Can Be Hung' for Leakgate

    04/08/2006 8:16:12 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 225 replies · 7,061+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 4/8/06 | NewsMax
    Actor Ben Affleck has made it very clear where his sympathies lie in the Leakgate affair -- and it isn't with the White House. Appearing on HBO's "Real Time with Bill Maher," Affleck charged that President Bush "probably also leaked” CIA agent Valerie Plame's name and so "if he did, you can be hung for that! That's treason!” He continued: "You could be killed. That's not a joking around Tom DeLay 'I'll do a year, I bribed the state officials with corporate money.' That's like they shoot you in the battlefield for doing that.” Affleck also called DeLay a "criminal."
  • Ben Affleck: Bush Can Be Hung for 'Leaks' in Plamegate

    04/09/2006 5:41:46 PM PDT · by gopwinsin04 · 93 replies · 2,998+ views
    National Ledger ^ | April 9, 2006 | Josh Hart
    Ben Affleck: Bush Can Be Hung for 'Leaks' in Plamegate By Josh Hart Apr 9, 2006 Actor Ben Affleck suggested this weekend on 'Real Time with Bill Maher' that President Bush “probably leaked” Valerie Plame's name and so “if he did, you can be hung for that! That's treason!” The would be politician and Democrat went through this exchange according to News Busters that gives a brief and rough transcript on how Mr. Affleck came to this conclusion. *** The panel guests were Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) who was quite humorous as he let loose with some funny four-quotes. Bill...
  • Judith Miller Recants; Where's the Media?

    07/10/2016 4:50:55 PM PDT · by Enchante · 23 replies
    Real Clear Politics ^ | April 18, 2015 | Peter Berkowitz
    In “The Story: A Reporter’s Journey,” which hit book store shelves Tuesday, April 7, former New York Times reporter Judith Miller revealed in the final chapter that she now believes that she was induced by then-Special Counsel Patrick J. Fitzgerald to give false testimony in the 2007 trial of I. “Lewis” Scooter Libby, former chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney. Given that Fitzgerald’s three-and-a-half year-long investigation and prosecution of Libby riveted the nation’s capital and generated vast news coverage implying, when not outright declaring, that the Bush administration lied the nation into war, one might think that recantation...
  • Judith Miller: Senators Say Cruz ‘Not A Man Of His Word,’ Would ‘Stab You In The Back’

    04/29/2016 9:30:57 AM PDT · by detective · 68 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 29 Apr 2016 | Pam Key
    Thursday on Newsmax TV’s “The Steve Malzberg Show,” Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Judith Miller said Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) is so disliked in the Senate,” because “he was not a man of his word,” and would “stab you in the back.” Miller said, “Cruz was so disliked in the Senate, and Boehner was a charter member of that club. So, you could just see the politicians hated Cruz for reasons, by the way, that still have yet to be fully reported.”
  • New revelation helps exonerate Scooter Libby

    04/07/2015 4:23:05 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 21 replies
    American Thinker ^ | April 7, 2015 | Clarice Feldman
    In a book just released, The Story: A Reporter's Journey, Judith Miller, a key witness in the Libby prosecution, states that Patrick Fitzgerald had offered repeatedly to drop all charges against Lewis Libby if he would "deliver" Vice President Cheney to him. In addition, she charges that Fitzgerald manipulated her into incorrectly testifying about a critical conversation she had with Libby and withheld exculpatory evidence from both her and the defense in order to induce her mistaken testimony – testimony the prosecution knew was made because she was acting under a false belief....[must read snip]....Rizzo, of course, is focused only...
  • Major Trump Bashing at FoxNews

    12/25/2015 10:51:02 AM PST · by Oshkalaboomboom · 114 replies
    Fox News ^ | 25 Dec 2015 | Oshkalaboomboom
    I'm listening to Fox News live and they just had a segment in which 2 women, Judith Swett and Judith Miller, were given free reign to call Donald Trump every liberal derogatory name they could come up in the segment, plus the usual warning that they hope the voters will wake up before they nominate someone who will get slaughtered by Hillary.
  • “Shame On You”: Newt Gingrich Called Out On French TV For Paris Tweet

    11/14/2015 12:01:59 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 56 replies
    Buzz Feed ^ | 11/15/2015 | Andrew Kaczynski
    Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich was called out on French television for a tweet he sent about the deadly terrorist attack in Paris on Friday. The former speaker and presidential candidate had speculated in a tweet that citizens with concealed carry permits for guns would have stopped the deadly shooting at a Paris concert hall. Gingrich's tweet prompted France 24's Mark Owen to say he found capitalizing on crises to advance a political agenda to be shameful. "Newt Gingrich, shame on you," Owen said. "So he's using this atrocity to make his point that people should be able...
  • Key Witness: Prosecutor Manipulated Me Into Falsely Testifying Against Scooter Libby

    04/07/2015 11:32:54 AM PDT · by afraidfortherepublic · 31 replies
    The Weekly Standard ^ | 4-7-15 | Fred Barnes
    Judith Miller, the former New York Times reporter, has blown a big hole in the case against Lewis “Scooter” Libby, convicted of lying to avoid blame for outing a CIA agent. Miller was a key witness in Libby’s trial, but in her new book she has repudiated her testimony. Libby was “railroaded in his conviction” by Special Counsel Patrick J. Fitzgerald, she said in an interview on Fox News yesterday. In her book, The Story: A Reporter’s Journey, she writes that Fitzgerald cajoled her into testifying in 2007 that Libby had told her Valerie Plame, the wife of a critic...
  • Buzzfeed Bureau Chief Posts Death Wish for Ambassador John Bolton, Other Conservatives

    06/17/2014 8:25:20 AM PDT · by kristinn · 14 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | Tuesday, June 17, 2014 | Kristinn Taylor
    Buzzfeed D.C. Bureau Chief John R. Stanton posted a death wish on Twitter Tuesday morning for Ambassador John Bolton, reporter Judith Miller and former Bush 43 Pentagon official Paul Wolfowitz. Not just any death, a fiery death by conflagration. “Paul Wolfowitz, Judith Miller and John Bolton should start a 3 Doors Down cover band. and then die in a Great White style fire” Maybe the FBI should be notified of Stanton’s deadly feelings about former high ranking government officials and a fellow reporter?
  • George Soros: Media Mogul (Lefty Businessman Spends Millions Funding Journalism)

    08/19/2011 8:23:22 AM PDT · by markomalley · 21 replies
    Media Research Center ^ | August 15, 2011 | Dan Gainor and Iris Somberg
    On April 8, House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi headlined a Boston conference on ''media reform.'' She was joined by four other congressmen, a senator, two FCC commissioners, a Nobel laureate and numerous liberal journalists. The 2,500-person event was sponsored by a group called Free Press, one of more than 180 different media-related organizations that receives money from liberal billionaire George Soros. Soros, who first made a name for himself in investing and currency trading, now makes his name in politics and policy. Since the 2004 election, the controversial financier has used his influence and billions to push a laundry list...
  • Judith Miller: Benghazi Probe a “Mess”

    01/09/2013 4:44:50 PM PST · by Olog-hai · 21 replies
    Newsmax ^ | Wednesday, 09 Jan 2013 04:42 PM | Jim Meyers and Kathleen Walter
    Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Judith Miller tells Newsmax that the U.S. probe into the killing of American diplomatic personnel in Benghazi is a “mess.” … Asked why there hasn’t been more progress in the case, Miller says: “I worry that a pre-9/11 mindset is slipping back into the consciousness of the American people and also the government that they have elected. Right now we have a situation in which you have a CIA nominee, John Brennan, who is known to be one of the officials who resists linking ‘Islamist’ and ‘terrorist’ in the same sentence. We have a president who bends...
  • Judith Miller: "My Gun Control Fantasy" (Barf Alert)

    07/25/2012 9:56:20 AM PDT · by DCBryan1 · 81 replies
    Daily Beast ^ | 22 July 2012 | Judith Miller
    I have a dream to counter the nightmare of Aurora. I see four ex-presidents standing together, speaking truth to the American people. Here is what they would say:"Our fellow Americans, we have come together not as Democrats or Republicans, but as men who have been privileged to lead this great country. We all treasure the constitution and the Second Amendment. We believe that Americans have the right to own guns. But that amendment does not entitle citizens to own combat weapons like the assault weapon that the shooter used to kill 12 and wound 58 more in a Colorado theater....
  • Disgraced NYT Iraq War Reporter Judith Miller Joins Conservative Mag Newsmax

    12/29/2010 3:55:46 PM PST · by Pan_Yan · 36 replies · 3+ views
    Business Insider ^ | Dec. 29, 2010, 5:39 PM | Ujala Sehgal
    ... Arguably the lowest point of Miller's career was her reporting on the search for the supposed weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, and her stories were cited by the Bush administration as a factor in their decision to invade the country. Her reporting, as we all now know, turned out to be patently false, and the Times mentioned her work in an editor's note acknowledging the flawed coverage. Things did not improve from there. Miller left the Times in 2005 after testifying in the trial of former White House aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby that he had leaked her information...
  • Rauf on the Ropes

    09/14/2010 6:30:54 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 44 replies
    City Journal ^ | 09/13/10 | Judith Miller
    Rauf on the Ropes An Islamic community center at Ground Zero seems increasingly unlikely. 13 September 2010 The white flag hasn’t reached the top of the flagpole yet, but Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf all but surrendered on Monday morning in his battle to build a Muslim interfaith community center with a prayer room two blocks from Ground Zero. At an unusual meeting Monday morning at the Council on Foreign Relations in midtown Manhattan, Rauf said that he wanted to find a “solution” to the furious imbroglio over the planned center, which opponents say is inappropriate, insensitive to the memory of...
  • DOSSIER OF (AMERICAN) SACRAMENTO STATE UNIV. STUDENT REPORTED KILLED IN YEMENI C.I.A. DRONE ATTACK

    11/07/2002 10:54:40 AM PST · by AmericanInTokyo · 131 replies · 1,285+ views
    State Hornet Student Newspaper ^ | 27 November 2001 (Originally) | State Hornet Student Newspaper
    Original Article: Accused Terrorist on Trial in Jordan Attended Classes at Sac State; Initiation to Terrorism May Have Started in Sacramento, According to Published Reports. Layla Bohm State Hornet (Student Newspaper) November 27, 2001 Former Sacramento State student Raed Hijazi at his trial in Jordan Nov. 26. Hijazi pleaded innocent to nine charges stemming from a plot to execute terrorist attacks on America and Israel during Millenium celebrations in December 1999. Courtesy Photo/A He was a typical California student. Born in San Jose Dec. 3, 1968, Raed Hijazi eventually attended Sacramento City College, took a Sacramento State extension course...
  • Bush and the Libby Pardon

    01/15/2009 7:10:03 AM PST · by meandog · 25 replies · 976+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 1.15.09 | Daniel Henninger
    As the curtain closes on the presidency of George W. Bush, the one loose end dangling is the pardon of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby. In 2007 Mr. Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, was convicted for perjury and obstruction of justice. Let us be clear about the Bush legacy. After September 11, not a year into Mr. Bush's term, his became a war presidency. George Bush's place in history will turn on what becomes of Iraq and al Qaeda. If Iraq fails, history will mark down the Bush presidency. If by fits and starts Iraq grows into the...
  • Judith Miller to join Fox News as contributor

    10/20/2008 3:14:15 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 37 replies · 1,268+ views
    Crains ^ | October 20, 2008 | Elisabeth Butler Cordova
    Former New York Times journalist Judith Miller is joining the staff of Fox News Channel, News Corp. announced Monday. Ms. Miller will serve as a contributor, giving commentary and analysis on national security issues, counterterrorism, and international affairs. Her work will be published on the 24-hour news channel and online at FoxNews.com.
  • Myths and Facts Online:A Guide to the Arab-Israeli Conflict

    08/26/2002 10:00:34 PM PDT · by jjreilly · 1 replies · 342+ views
    UK Guardian ^ | August 19, 2002 | Brian Whitaker
    World dispatch -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- US thinktanks give lessons in foreign policy Brian Whitaker reports on the network of research institutes whose views and TV appearances are supplanting all other experts on Middle Eastern issues Monday August 19, 2002 A little-known fact about Richard Perle, the leading advocate of hardline policies at the Pentagon, is that he once wrote a political thriller. The book, appropriately called Hard Line, is set in the days of the cold war with the Soviet Union. Its hero is a male senior official at the Pentagon, working late into the night and battling almost single-handedly to rescue...
  • True Grit (Major General Doug Stone)

    06/21/2008 12:44:59 PM PDT · by RDTF · 10 replies · 377+ views
    Readers Digest ^ | July 2008 Issue | Judith Miller
    Major General Doug Stone is trying to turn jailed Iraqi militants into citizens. Call him a do-gooder, but guess what? It's working. Turning Shame Into Pride After Major General Douglas Michael Stone arrived in Baghdad in April 2007 to take command of security prisoners in Iraq, he promptly assembled his officers for some blunt talk. The abuses of Iraqi detainees at Abu Ghraib were a "moral failure" that had shamed a nation long admired for respecting international law and human rights, he told them. They were also a betrayal of the U.S. military's and America's "core values." "Abu Ghraib was...
  • Hillary Fundraiser Curses Out GOP, etc.

    09/16/2007 3:20:14 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 11 replies · 1,285+ views
    Newsmax Insider Report (email) | September 16, 2007 | Newsmax
    1. Norman Hsu Gave to Kennedy, Kerry, Obama, Others Already posted separately on the forum. 2. Hillary Fundraiser Curses Out GOP When Florida’s Republican Party attacked Hillary Clinton for enlisting a fundraiser once accused of racketeering, the fundraiser responded with a profanity-laced tirade — and later apologized. Former Hialeah, Fla., Mayor Raul Martinez was brought up on federal corruption charges nearly two decades ago. He was convicted but successfully appealed, and two more trials ended in hung juries, the Miami Herald reported. After the Democrat hosted a Clinton fundraiser at his home on Monday, Sept. 10, Republican Party of Florida...
  • Why New York hasn't been attacked again

    09/11/2007 9:15:45 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 26 replies · 1,344+ views
    UK Telegraph ^ | September 11 2007 | Judith Miller
    Why has al-Qa'eda not repeated the attacks it staged in New York and Washington six years ago to the day? Because it can't. That is the only partly reassuring consensus of some of the experts who tried hardest to warn Washington about the danger posed by al-Qa'eda and militant Islam prior to its devastating strikes on September 11. Richard Clarke, the anti-terrorism adviser to two American presidents, Michael Sheehan, New York's former deputy police commissioner who headed the State Department's anti-terrorism effort, and others who sensed the danger long before it became obvious, assert that offensive and defensive measures taken...
  • Appeals Court Unseals CIA Leak Documents

    06/29/2007 11:21:15 AM PDT · by SmithL · 9 replies · 1,086+ views
    AP via SFGate ^ | 6/29/7 | MATT APUZZO, Associated Press Writer
    WASHINGTON (AP) -- A federal appeals court said Friday it would release some of the documents it reviewed when deciding to force journalists to testify in the CIA leak investigation. The ruling followed a request by The Associated Press and Dow Jones, which asked for the release of the sworn statements Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald gave to justify subpoenas for New York Times reporter Judith Miller and Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper in 2005. Fitzgerald wanted the reporters' help in his investigation of the leak of CIA operative Valerie Plame's identity to syndicated columnist Robert Novak. The news organizations argued...
  • Fitzgerald's Cover-up

    04/03/2007 9:36:19 PM PDT · by smoothsailing · 28 replies · 1,391+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 4-4-07 | Editorial
    Fitzgerald's Cover-Up It's time to hold the special prosecutor accountable. Wednesday, April 4, 2007 12:01 a.m. EDT For a prosecutor who claims to be a truth-seeker, Patrick Fitzgerald sure can be secretive. Even now that the Scooter Libby trial is over and his "leak" investigation is all but closed, the unaccountable special counsel wants to keep his arguments for creating a Constitutional showdown over reporters and their sources under lock and key. Mr. Fitzgerald is fighting release of the affidavits he filed with the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals to justify compelling two reporters to testify about their conversations with...
  • Kelly death not suicide, says MP (UK)

    02/25/2007 7:50:08 AM PST · by 1066AD · 22 replies · 1,482+ views
    BBC Online (UK) ^ | 2/25/2007 | Unattributed
    Kelly death not suicide, says MP Sunday 25 February 9pm on BBC Two Programme preview An MP investigating the death of Dr David Kelly says he is convinced the weapons scientist did not kill himself. Norman Baker tells BBC Two's The Conspiracy Files he has reached the conclusion Dr Kelly's life was "deliberately taken by others". Mr Baker has also obtained letters suggesting the coroner had doubts about the 2003 Hutton inquiry's ability to establish the cause of death. Hutton reached a verdict of suicide but a public inquest was never completed. Dr Kelly, whose body was found in July...
  • Judith Miller at the Libby Trial: “I Don’t Recall.”

    01/31/2007 5:55:25 AM PST · by Quilla · 90 replies · 2,510+ views
    National Review Online ^ | January 31, 2007 | Byron York
    A pattern is emerging at the Lewis Libby trial, now in the middle of its third week in the federal courthouse in Washington. The pattern is this: A witness called by prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald delivers testimony that seems clearly damaging to Libby, strongly suggesting that Libby lied when he testified before prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald’s grand jury in the CIA-leak affair. And then Libby’s lawyers take over, suggesting that the witness’s memory is so selective, or so flawed, or so sketchy as to render his or her testimony useless. Each day, most news reports from the trial focus on the damage...
  • Miller Time

    02/02/2007 10:13:06 PM PST · by CutePuppy · 6 replies · 601+ views
    Investor's Business Daily ^ | February 1, 2007 | IBD
    Miller Time Posted 2/1/2007 Plamegate: Judith Miller's bout with amnesia apparently is over. In the Libby trial, she can recall exactly what he told her when, something she couldn't when she had 85 days in jail to think about it. Journalists are supposed to be scrupulous note-takers and fact-checkers. What they put in print is supposed to be cross-checked, double-checked and checked again. Nowhere is the accuracy of their stories more important than in the perjury and obstruction of justice trial of Scooter Libby, at which 25 of the 80 names listed as possible witnesses are journalists. The former New...
  • U.S. Jury Acquits Two Arabs Charged with Aiding Hamas

    02/01/2007 8:10:58 PM PST · by jdm · 2 replies · 339+ views
    Arutz Sheva ^ | Feb 02, 2007
    A Chicago jury Thursday acquitted two Arabs charged with conspiring to illegally finance the outlawed Hamas terrorist organization. Mohamed Salah and Abdelhaleem Ashqar were found guilty of lesser charges of obstructing justice and refusing to answer questions at grand juries. "We are good people, not terrorists, said Salah after the verdict. He was indicted in 2004 on charges of transferring money to Hamas and providing recruits for a Hamas leader who later fled the United States. Ashqar taught at Howard University in Washington and was accused of being a coordinator and archivist for Hamas.
  • Libby Lawyers Seize on Miller Hesitation (Not Certain Libby was First Source)

    01/31/2007 8:58:28 AM PST · by freespirited · 37 replies · 1,692+ views
    Associated Presstitutes ^ | 1/31/07 | MATT APUZZO
    WASHINGTON (AP) - Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller acknowledged Wednesday that she had conversations with other government officials and could not be ``absolutely, absolutely certain'' that she first heard about an outed CIA official from I. Lewis ``Scooter'' Libby. Libby's attorneys seized on the hesitation and tried to portray Miller as someone who selectively remembers some conversations and not others. Miller is a crucial witness against Libby in his perjury and obstruction trial. She says she had two conversations about CIA operative Valerie Plame in mid-2003 with Libby, who was Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff. Those...
  • It gets worse for Judith Miller (Times reporter digs deeper hole at Libby trial)

    01/30/2007 6:14:44 PM PST · by saganite · 56 replies · 2,971+ views
    Salon.com ^ | 30 Jan 07 | Tim Grieve
    Scooter Libby's defense team is finally drawing blood, and it belongs to former New York Times reporter Judith Miller. It's hard to believe that Miller could look any worse than she did before walking into Judge Reggie Walton's courtroom this afternoon. Her prewar reporting on weapons of mass destruction has been the subject of intense debate and criticism, some of it emanating from inside the Times. She spent several months in jail to protect somebody who leaked the identity of a CIA agent for political gain. And once she got out of jail and started answering questions before Patrick Fitzgerald's...
  • Reporters Expected to Testify in Libby CIA Leak Trial

    01/01/2007 6:36:08 PM PST · by BMC1 · 28 replies · 1,015+ views
    FOX News ^ | 1-1-2007 | AP
    WASHINGTON — Some journalists who made careers out of questioning government officials and bearing witness to history may soon find themselves answering questions from prosecutors as key witnesses in the CIA leak case. Ten or more reporters from some of the most prominent news organizations could be called to testify in the perjury and obstruction case of former White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby. It's rare enough for reporters to become witnesses. But the Libby case is even more unusual because journalists will be dueling witnesses -- some called by the defense team, some by prosecutors. "It will be...
  • New York Times turns to Supreme Court [leak investigation about a terrorism-funding probe......]

    11/24/2006 4:46:49 PM PST · by Sub-Driver · 21 replies · 1,626+ views
    New York Times turns to Supreme Court 2 hours, 47 minutes ago The New York Times asked the Supreme Court on Friday to block the government from reviewing the phone records of two reporters in a leak investigation about a terrorism-funding probe. The case involved stories written in 2001 by Times reporters Judith Miller and Philip Shenon that revealed the government's plans to freeze the assets of two Islamic charities, the Holy Land Foundation and the Global Relief Foundation. In a 2-1 decision, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said federal prosecutors can see the phone records of Shenon...
  • Who Said What When (Robt. Novak)

    10/07/2006 11:22:24 AM PDT · by STARWISE · 79 replies · 2,148+ views
    WeeklyStandard ^ | 10-16-06 | Robert Novak
    The publication of Hubris is filled with irony for David Corn, Washington editor of the left-wing Nation magazine. He was present at the creation of the Valerie Plame "scandal," which the enemies of George W. Bush hoped could bring down a president. Nobody was more responsible for bloating this episode. Yet Corn is coauthor of a book that has had the effect of killing the story. Thanks to Corn's intrepid coauthor, Newsweek investigative reporter Michael Isikoff, Hubris definitively revealed then-Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage as my source that Joseph Wilson's wife, Valerie, worked for the CIA and suggested her...
  • You tube video of Joe Wilson, blasting Bob Novak + Scooter (calls him a slimeball)

    09/16/2006 9:04:14 AM PDT · by STARWISE · 52 replies · 2,237+ views
    YouTube.com ^ | 11-14-05
    SlimeyJoe himself giving a talk at the Univ. of Baltimore.
  • NYT, Miller spar over role in leak probe("Judas" Miller-to the NYT that is)

    10/22/2005 7:53:24 PM PDT · by Saynotosocialism · 25 replies · 1,880+ views
    ASSOCIATED PRESS WRITER ^ | Saturday, October 22, 2005 | By PETE YOST
    New York Times reporter Judith Miller speaks during the 2005 SPJ Convention & National Journalism Conference in Las Vegas Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2005. Miller, who was jailed 85 days for refusing to reveal a source, defended her decision to go to jail to protect the source and told a journalism conference Tuesday that reporters need a federal shield law so that others won't face the same sanctions. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) WASHINGTON -- In the latest fallout from the CIA leak investigation, reporter Judith Miller and The New York Times are engaging in a very public fight about her seeming...
  • The Return of Patrick Fitzgerald (NYT writers tipped off Muslim groups re: coming raids)

    08/26/2006 10:59:16 AM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 15 replies · 1,319+ views
    CaliforniaRepublic.org ^ | 8/26/06 | Roger Aronoff
    With the major media already under fire for compromising the war on radical Islamic terrorism, a recent court decision suggests that the media may have something else to hide in connection with their conduct in national security and terrorism-related cases. The allegation being pursued in the courts is that reporters for the New York Times tipped off two controversial Muslim groups to the fact that federal authorities were going to raid their offices in an effort to find evidence implicating the organizations in alleged terrorist activity. There were a few articles on the decision, including in the New York Times...
  • N.Y. Times Must Surrender Reporters' Phone Data (Appellate panel rejects First Amendment claim)

    08/02/2006 5:07:20 AM PDT · by blitzgig · 16 replies · 1,027+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 8/2/06 | Charles Lane
    The New York Times may not withhold reporters' phone records from a federal grand jury investigating an alleged leak of a pending government raid on two Islamic charities suspected of supporting terrorism, a federal appeals court ruled yesterday. A three-judge panel of the New York-based U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit ruled 2 to 1 that the Times has no First Amendment or other legal right to refuse a demand for the records from the grand jury in Chicago, which was empaneled by U.S. Attorney Patrick J. Fitzgerald. The government's interest in rooting out a possible crime outweighs...
  • Court OK's Look at Times' Phone Records

    08/01/2006 12:25:15 PM PDT · by Not gonna take it anymore · 42 replies · 1,310+ views
    Las Vegas Sun ^ | August 01, 2006 | DAVID B. CARUSO
    NEW YORK (AP) - A federal appeals court on Tuesday ruled that federal prosecutors investigating a leak about a terrorism funding probe can see the phone records of two New York Times reporters. A panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held in a 2-1 vote that prosecutors had a valid interest in seeing who had contacted the reporters. "We see no danger to a free press in so holding," Judge Ralph K. Winter wrote for the majority. The case involved stories written in 2001 by Times reporters Judith Miller and Philip Shenon that revealed that the government...
  • Court rules NYT has to cough up phone records

    08/01/2006 5:23:56 PM PDT · by VA40 · 36 replies · 967+ views
    Fox News break | 08/01/06 | Fox News
    Just heard on Fox News break something about Court ruling NYT has to give up phone records re: tipping off Islamic charity case. Nothing on web site yet
  • The terrorist-tipping Times

    06/28/2006 4:43:43 AM PDT · by alloysteel · 4 replies · 507+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | June 28, 2006 | Michelle Malkin
    The New York Times (proudly publishing all the secrets unfit to spill since 9/11) and their reckless anonymous sources (come out, come out, you cowards) tipped off terrorists to America's efforts to track their financial activities. Guess what? It isn't the first time blabbermouth journalists have jeopardized terror-financing investigations since Sept. 11, according to the government. I remind you of the case of the Treason Times, the Holy Land Foundation, and the Global Relief Foundation. As the New York Post reported last September, the Justice Department charged that "a veteran New York Times foreign correspondent warned an alleged terror-funding Islamic...
  • AIM CONFRONTS NEW YORK TIMES ( Pinch caught lying, again )

    06/07/2006 12:08:37 PM PDT · by george76 · 14 replies · 1,496+ views
    Accuracy in Media ^ | June 7, 2006 | Cliff Kincaid
    Kincaid: "Mr. Chairman. My name is Cliff Kincaid with Accuracy in Media. I will wait before getting into the praise and criticism I have of the paper's journalistic and editorial processes. But on the matter of business operations, this is a shareholders meeting, and I think it's about time that the company level with the shareholders about how much money was paid to Judith Miller in her controversial severance package. What is that figure?" Times Chairman Arthur Sulzberger: "Mr. Kincaid, we actually don't discuss the specifics of any employee's salary or compensation or severance. But I do believe in the...
  • The Wilson/Plame Affair Gets Even Stranger

    06/01/2006 8:04:08 AM PDT · by the Real fifi · 97 replies · 4,753+ views
    The American Thinker ^ | 6/01/06 | clarice feldman
    In the infamous Vanity Fair article on Joseph Wilson and Valerie Plame (the one with a photo spread of them in their Jaguar convertible), an article obviously sourced by them, Alan Foley is described as Plame’s boss:
  • Judith Miller: I Was Tipped Off About 9/11

    05/21/2006 7:50:06 AM PDT · by yoe · 132 replies · 4,638+ views
    News Max ^ | May 21, 2006 | Staff
    Judith Miller, The New York Times reporter at the center of the I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby case, reveals that she received advance word about a terrorist plot that turned out to be 9/11 - but the Times spiked the story. Miller spent 85 days in jail before finally disclosing that Libby was the source who confirmed to her that Valerie Plame was a CIA operative. Miller - who's no longer with the Times - never wrote a story about Plame. But she's more troubled by another story that didn't run - the one about 9/11. Miller began investigating al-Qaida after...
  • The (Other) Story Judith Miller Didn’t Write

    05/18/2006 6:33:57 AM PDT · by TrebleRebel · 16 replies · 1,349+ views
    Navy Seals ^ | 5/17/06 | William Scott Malone and Rory O’Connor
    NSC EXCLUSIVE: William Scott Malone and Rory O’Connor - The (Other) Story Judith Miller Didn’t Write By William Scott Malone and Rory O’Connor NavySEALs.com/MediaChannel.org Introduction: On October 12, 2000, the guided missile destroyer USS Cole pulled into harbor for refueling in Aden, Yemen. Less than two hours later, suicide bombers Ibrahim al-Thawr and Abdullah al-Misawa approached the ship’s port side in a small inflatable craft laden with explosives and blew a 40-by-40-foot gash in it, killing seventeen sailors and injuring thirty-nine others. The attack on the Cole, organized and carried out by Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda terrorist group, was a...
  • Libby Judge Is Allowed To View Reporters' Notes

    05/17/2006 8:35:17 PM PDT · by STARWISE · 19 replies · 816+ views
    WashPost ^ | 5-17-06 | R. Jeffrey Smith
    Several media organizations agreed yesterday to let a federal judge overseeing the trial of former White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby review reporters' notebooks and other materials related to their work in the CIA leak case. The New York Times and Time magazine said at a court hearing that they will turn over the materials to U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton this week so he can decide whether they must be shown to Libby's defense team. (snip) The two publications, plus NBC, had filed motions seeking to quash subpoenas filed by Libby's attorneys on the grounds that the...
  • TIMES IN CRISIS; SEEKS EXPERT HELP WITH SHAREHOLDER REVOLT (Jayson Blair, Judith Miller scandals fal

    04/27/2006 3:11:06 AM PDT · by Liz · 74 replies · 1,605+ views
    NY POST ^ | April 27, 2006 | JANET WHITMAN
    Facing shareholder dissent and getting flak for bloated executive pay deals, The New York Times is frantically searching for crisis p.r. experts as the company gears up for a public battle over the future of the newspaper giant. Chairman Arthur "Pinch" Sulzberger Jr. and other top management have been criticized for putting off the concerns of Morgan Stanley portfolio manager Hassan Elmasry and for a share price that's plummeted 50 percent since 2002. Soon after Morgan's attack last week on The Times, the publisher's spokeswoman, Catherine Mathis, was phoning Knight Ridder spokesman Polk Laffoon seeking advice, sources familiar with the...
  • Bush Authorized Leak to Times, Libby Told Grand Jury

    04/06/2006 6:45:44 AM PDT · by street_lawyer · 45 replies · 2,988+ views
    nysun.com ^ | April 6, 2006 | JOSH GERSTEIN
    A former White House aide under indictment for obstructing a leak probe, I. Lewis Libby, testified to a grand jury that he gave information from a closely-guarded "National Intelligence Estimate" on Iraq to a New York Times reporter in 2003 with the specific permission of President Bush, according to a new court filing from the special prosecutor in the case.
  • Judith Miller's New Excuse: the "slanderous" bloggers destroyed her.

    03/18/2006 6:21:22 AM PST · by summer · 108 replies · 2,991+ views
    Slate ^ | March 16, 2006 | Jack Shafer
    Judith Miller has a new alibi -- the blogs done her in! Writer Marie Brenner presents Miller's latest defense in an April Vanity Fair feature story about the fallout from the Valerie Plame investigation. ... The ones tossing the fire were those dastardly—but unnamed—bloggers ... In June, back in New York, "Miller realized that she was losing her authority" inside the Times. "None of my colleagues ever spoke to me about my reporting. But they would say, 'We don't want to work with her.' In August, Bill Keller replaced Raines as executive editor, and according to Miller, he told her,...
  • Tim Russert, N.Y. Times Subpoenaed In CIA Leak Case

    03/16/2006 10:06:59 AM PST · by Sub-Driver · 101 replies · 3,851+ views
    Tim Russert, N.Y. Times Subpoenaed In CIA Leak Case POSTED: 12:47 pm EST March 16, 2006 UPDATED: 12:54 pm EST March 16, 2006 Email This Story | Print This Story WASHINGTON -- Lawyers for I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby have subpoenaed The New York Times, former Times reporter Judith Miller and NBC correspondent Tim Russert for documents concerning the disclosure of an undercover CIA agent's identity, as the former White House aide's legal team prepares for his trial. Libby, who was Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, is charged with five counts of perjury, obstruction and lying to the FBI....
  • Libby Supoena's Miller

    03/15/2006 8:45:28 PM PST · by mcenedo · 24 replies · 963+ views
    Drudge ^ | 3/15/06 | Drudge
    Libby subpoenas the press... served subpoenas on NY TIMES and reporter Judith Miller... Developing...
  • Fitzgerald again seeks names of NY Times sources

    02/15/2006 6:09:56 PM PST · by STARWISE · 22 replies · 1,400+ views
    Reuters/Yahoo ^ | 2-13-06 | Christine Kearney
    Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald was back in court seeking information about the New York Times' anonymous sources on Monday, this time appealing his setback in a lower court. Fitzgerald is best known for being the special prosecutor whose investigation led to the indictment of Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, Lewis "Scooter" Libby. Former Times reporter Judith Miller spent 85 days in jail in that case last year for resisting Fitzgerald's request to reveal her sources, and the two have been pitted against each other once again in a free-speech battle over journalists' rights to keep their sources secret from...